Abandoned boat with a boy in it.

Boat

Abandoned boat with a boy in it.

Diploma of the Highland Society engraved by Luke Clennell.

Diploma of the Highland Society

Diploma of the Highland Society engraved by Luke Clennell.

Fisherman with net and stork

Fisherman

Fisherman with net and stork

A fisherman harpooning the sword-fish.

Fisherman

A fisherman harpooning the sword-fish.

An African American adult male standing in tall grasses holding a fish on one hand and his hat in another.

Fisherman

An African American adult male standing in tall grasses holding a fish on one hand and his hat in another.

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures consisting of triangles, squares, and parallelograms are used to construct the given shape. This tangram depicts a fisherman.

Fisherman

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures…

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures consisting of triangles, squares, and parallelograms are used to construct the given shape. This tangram depicts a fisherman.

Fisherman

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures…

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures consisting of triangles, squares, and parallelograms are used to construct the given shape. This tangram depicts a fisherman.

Fisherman

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures…

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures consisting of triangles, squares, and parallelograms are used to construct the given shape. This tangram depicts a fisherman.

Fisherman

Tangrams, invented by the Chinese, are used to develop geometric thinking and spatial sense. Seven figures…

A fishing pole and landing net.

Fishing Pole and Net

A fishing pole and landing net.

"A case in the form of a book in which to keep fishing-flies. It has leaves of Bristol-board or other stiff material. At the ends of the leaf are small hooks or loops to which the fish-hooks are attached so that the flies may be carried without bending the gut." -Whitney, 1911

Fly Book for Fishing

"A case in the form of a book in which to keep fishing-flies. It has leaves of Bristol-board or other…

An illustration of two young boys; one is fishing, the other is sitting on a fence.

Young Boys Fishing

An illustration of two young boys; one is fishing, the other is sitting on a fence.

A print from the engraving, ""Fyshynge with an Angle" from 'The Book of St. Albans' printed by Wynkyn de Worde in 1496." -Cundall, 1895

Fyshynge with an Angle

A print from the engraving, ""Fyshynge with an Angle" from 'The Book of St. Albans' printed by Wynkyn…

The Great Seal of the State of Maryland. The seal is a shield being held by plowman and a fisherman. The motto 'Fatti maschii, parole femine' means "Strong deeds, gentle words."

Seal of Maryland

The Great Seal of the State of Maryland. The seal is a shield being held by plowman and a fisherman.…

"A fish may be defined as a Vertibrate animal breathing through the medium of water, by means of branchiae, or gills, having one auricle and one ventricle to the heart, cold red blood, and extremities formed for swimming" — Goodrich, 1859

Pisces

"A fish may be defined as a Vertibrate animal breathing through the medium of water, by means of branchiae,…

"Theses are at once distinguished by their elongated, spindle-shaped bodies, their branchial apertures placed on the sides of the neck, and their pectoral fins of the ordinary form and position. The symmetrical tail is large and fleshy, furnished with powerful fins, which render it a most efficient agent in progression; the nost is usually conical and pointed, the mouth large, and armed with most formidable, cutting teeth, and the upper surface of the head is frequently furnished with a pair of spiracles, although these apertures are often wanting." — Goodrich, 1859

Shark

"Theses are at once distinguished by their elongated, spindle-shaped bodies, their branchial apertures…